The Latch Lake micKing 2200 microphone stand is an incredibly stable and reliable platform for mounting your priceless studio mics.
A compact, durable, and quality crafted boom stand, the micKing 2200 lets you position large mics at practically any angle, and a Spin Grip mount lets you easily and quickly put mics on and take them off of the stand. The stand includes a moveable counterweight that lets you place it anywhere on the boom end for optimum balance, and the base is specially designed for maxium stability while allowing cables to run underneath the micKing 2200.
Lever Lock System
Quick and simple adjustments throughout the entire stand. These locks ensure, hands down, the strongest hold possible with the least amount of frustration. You can even customize their tension to your precise needs!
Why the World's Strongest
Our patented boom clutch features nearly 16 square inches of clamp-able surface area. That's more than any other mic stand on the market! This impressive surface area provides the maximum coefficient of friction for that unstoppable hold that micKing booms are so well known for.
Highly Efficient Footprint
Our unique patented bases don't only have the most efficient placement of weight; they can be positioned within each other for great space saving storage.
Our ultra flexible counter weight system can be positioned anywhere on the boom. They can even be removed when not necessary.
We've thought all the way down to the finest detail. Every adjustment point on the stands feature our patented cable wedges, enabling very clean cable management.
All of our products are assembled right here in St. Paul, Minnesota. Our 20,000+ square foot production facility is as green as it gets, featuring geothermal heating and cooling (right from Latch lake!), green powder coating, vegetable machining oil and ultra efficient florescent lighting throughout. Stop in and meet the Latch Lake family anytime!
At full extension reaches up to 14".
World's strongest Boom Clutch.
28 lb. base with 90% of the weight on the outer perimeter.